Bad potholes in your town? Domino’s Pizza may help fix them

Posted at 10:39 AM, Jun 13, 2018

If your town is plagued by potholes and in desperate need of repair, just let Domino’s Pizza know.

Domino’s is doing its part to help fix America’s infrastructure and to make sure pizzas gets delivered in tact.

As part of the company’s "Paving for Pizza" initiative, Domino’s is helping cities tackle the problem of potholes so that pizza doesn’t fly off in the floor due to road conditions.

The pizza company now has a dedicated website taking nominations for towns across America in need of a little extra help with crumbling roads.

Domino’s has already provided funding to help towns in California, Texas, Georgia and Delaware.
Consumers can go to the Paving for Pizza website and submit their zipcodes for consideration by August 31, 2018.

If your town is selected, Domino’s will help fund the repair of roads to get your pizza home safely.